Here is a complete lesson plan on the Greek word root biblio-, which means, simply, book. This is a very productive root in English (think Bible, among other words). If you are an English or Social Studies teacher, chances are you’ve asked your students to produce a (maybe even an annotated one) bibliography–i.e. some writing, in list form, about books
I open this lesson with this context clues worksheet on the noun novel as a way of hinting to students where this lesson is going. Finally, here is the worksheet that is the basis of the learning for this lesson.
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